Certainly there is a possible right for you that precludes the need of balance and wilful election.
Of such a quality is the love of princes—vain, capricious, and wilful.
I do not attribute any wilful misstatement to him, but consider it the effect of inadvertency or mistake.
Suddenly she seemed to him most pathetic in her wilful folly.
But my opinion is that there are no limits to the resources of a wilful girl.
You preferred being obstinate and wilful toward me, I suppose?
You, the wretch of wicked and wilful treachery, and formerly the wife of him before whose very bones you falsely kneel!
Many of these fires, it is said, are due to the wilful mischief of boys and others.
I reject, as every student of astronomy will reject, the idea of wilful deception.
On the 29th of April 1754, she was brought to trial for wilful and corrupt perjury.